“Dashing tiny house also serves as writing studio and library” – Curbed
Writer: Liz Stinson / Publish Date: 12 April 2018
New Frontier Tiny Homes, maker of ultra-luxe tiny houses, is known for its high-price, high-design models. In years past, the company has made a series of micro dwellings that come tricked out with full-size amenities like exposed beam ceilings, cantilevered bedrooms, and transformable design touches that turn stairs into to a dining table.
New Frontier’s latest home, named Cornelia for the bestselling author Cornelia Funke, follows the same architectural tradition with a small trailer that pulls triple duty as a guest house, writing studio, and library.
The Cornelia has many of the design touches found in other New Frontier homes—the dark wood, Scandinavian-style furniture, and overall modern-rustic feel; only this tiny home comes with a fold-down desk that looks out onto the forest for maximum writing vibes.
The $125,000 model also has a small kitchen, bathroom, and lofted king-size bed nook for those times when you need to sleep off writer’s block.